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Heythrop College

Heythrop Summer Conference

Inspired by the optimism about the indestructibility of the good expressed by Gerard Manley Hopkins, Heythrop College celebrates its achievements and looks forward to the future of its research in philosophy, theology and psychology.

Draft Programme

N.B. Adjustments to this draft programme may be made in the coming weeks.

Thursday 5 July 2018

9.30    Coffee
9.50    Welcome      Professor Claire Ozanne, Principal
10.00  Keynote:      Dr Philip Endean SJ & Dr Michael Kirwan SJ‘Ignatius Loyola and academic life’: the contribution of intellectual work to the formation of religious believers
11.00  Coffee
11.30  Short parallel papers
12.30  Lunch
14.00  Short parallel papers
15.30  Keynote: TBC
16.30  Tea
17.00  Keynote:      Professor Jack Mahoney SJ‘A Morality of Values’: a new approach to moral theology and a reflection on how it has been done at Heythrop
18.00  Reception

Friday 6 July 2018

9.30    Coffee
10.00  Keynote:        Professor Gwen Griffith-Dickson‘Philosophy in the University, Philosophy in the Church’: on the contribution of academic philosophy to peaceful living
11.00  Coffee
11.30  Short parallel papers
12.30  Lunch
14.00  Short parallel papers
15.30  Keynote:        Dr Michael Lacewing‘A truthful way to live?’: on the implications of psycho-analysis for understanding the place of truthfulness in the good life
16.30  Tea
17.30  Mass
18.30  Supper

Saturday 7 July 2017

9.30    Coffee
10.00  Keynote:      Dr Anna Abram‘Redeeming the Mystery’: Fake News, ‘Education for Truth’, and Thomas Aquinas
11.00  Coffee
11.30  Keynote:        Professor Michael Barnes SJ‘Reading the Mystery’: an Ignatian pilgrimage through times and places
Whatever the reason for Heythrop’s tragic demise, it wasn’t for lack of philosophical and theological creativity.  Starting in the St Beuno’s of Gerard Manley Hopkins, this pilgrimage will take us from the Heythrop Oxon of Bernard Lonergan and Freddie Copleston to Cavendish Square and the University of London where Gerry Hughes, Jack Mahoney and Robert Murray laid the foundations of Heythrop’s reputation for lively teaching and solid scholarship, and finally to Kensington Square where, in the company of some of Heythrop’s most distinguished lecturers and honorary doctors, we will ponder the intellectual and spiritual legacy that a younger generation of graduates will take into a very different future.
13.00 Lunch

 

BOOKINGS
Please use this link to book your place at the conference. The cost for attending is £40 per day or £100 for three days.

Contact Name: Annabel Clarkson
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Telephone: 020 7795 4203

Thursday, July 5, 2018 - 09:30 to Saturday, July 7, 2018 - 15:00
Heythrop College
Kensington Square
London
W8 5HN
United Kingdom